It’s not every day you get a letter from a federal judge ordering the government to pay back your mortgage or pay your creditors a certain amount of money.
But that’s exactly what happened in the case of a couple who owes $1.9 million in unpaid debts.
In July, the couple’s lawsuit filed against the government sought $1,000 per month for each month they hadn’t paid back their mortgage.
The judge’s order was set to take effect on Oct. 6, but Congress had already passed an emergency bill, so the government would have to go to court to collect the money.
When the judge issued the order, he was the only person who could force the government’s hand.
Congress also passed a bill that created the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a group that has broad authority to enforce laws against financial fraud.
However, Congress also required FinCEN to hire a lawyer for each case it brought.
The government was then allowed to hire lawyers to help it enforce its debt relief order against the couple, and that process was delayed until December.
That meant the couple could no longer collect their money from the bank, and FinCen had to send the money to a bank account in Delaware.
But the federal judge ruled that this would violate the Constitution, and the government appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
On Friday, the two sides agreed to the parties’ terms of the agreement and it’s now clear that the couple will get to keep the money from their bank account and use it to pay down the couples debt.
Lawyers for the government argued that the money should go to a third party, but the judge ruled against that.
The money would then go to the IRS, and if the IRS could’t find the money, it would be sent to the government as restitution, according to court documents.
The amount that would be taken from the IRS would be set by the judge.
If the IRS found that the amount of the restitution amount was too small to be reasonable, the court ruled, the government could be ordered to pay a portion of the amount to the person whose property was taken, according a court document.
The IRS, in turn, will be paid a portion that would go to those who had their property taken, which is known as the “property restitution” amount, according court documents obtained by The Washington Post.
The IRS can’t get rid of the money until the case is resolved, so in order to get the money back, the IRS will have to send it to the couple.